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Corso, Gregory; Ginsberg, AllenAllen Ginsberg class,the history of poetry, part 10, June, 1975. (June 18, 1975)

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A class on the history of poetry by Allen Ginsberg, in a series of classes from 1975. Ginsburg discusses William Shakespeare and Ben Johnson in detail. Putting poetry to music, and the poet James Shirley are also discussed.



This audio is part of the collection: Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
It also belongs to collection: Audio Books & Poetry

Artist/Composer: Corso, Gregory; Ginsberg, Allen
Date: 1975-06-18

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